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Crunchy Asian Salad

Crunchy Asian Salad recipe
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This sweet and tangy Asian-style salad gets its crunch from ramen noodles.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
15 min
servings
total:
12 servings, 1 cup each
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posted:
5/21/2008
I didn't like the idea of the uncooked ramen, so I subbed the crunchy asian noodles in a can. It was so good. Everyone loved it.
posted:
5/14/2008
Good flavor. I prefer making this with chow mein noodles instead of the ramen noodles. The ramen noodles were a little too crunchy for my liking. Just make sure you mix in the chow mein noodles JUST before serving or they get soggy.
posted:
5/11/2008
Excellent! My family ate every bite. I mixed all ingredients with the dressing a few hours before serving to mix flavors and then added the ramen right before serving so it would stay crunchy. A new family favorite!
posted:
5/8/2008
This was a quick easy salad. I did not have dry roasted sunflower kernels so I substituted with raw sunflower seeds and it was still great. Thanks for the recipe, I'm adding it to my favorites list.
posted:
4/15/2008
pretty good salad...it's too bad the leftovers don't taste quite as good since everything gets mushy. Just nothing spectacular about this dish, although it's not horrible either!
posted:
4/14/2008
A big hit every time I have made it, great with bbq or meatballs.
posted:
4/1/2008
This recipe is similar to one a friend gave me that has become a family favorite. Except don't throw away the seasoning in the ramen noodles...buy oriental flavor and add it instead of the good seasons stuff. Then it is truly asian and $1.25 cheaper..also I never used the sunflower seeds but they would be good.
posted:
3/31/2008
I used to make a much more complicated and time consuming version of this salad, but there is no need. This one is so easy! And tastes almost identical.
posted:
3/24/2008
This was a nice change to my usual Ramen Noodle salad - the dressing is different than what I usually make. I do want to say, however, that most ramen salads are missing a crucial step - toasting the nuts and noodles. Take 1/4 c. butter and melt it in a non-stick pan, add the ramen noodles, sliced almonds, sesame seeds and sunflower seeds and cook over med-low heat till toasted (so you can smell the nuts). The ramen noodles aren't as hard and the nuts taste so much better!
posted:
3/23/2008
Whenever our friends come over for a bbq they ask me to make this. Its a once-a-week dish in our house, but not great as leftovers so be prepared to share if you have a small family. I add extra ramon noodles and use 1/2 toasted pine nuts and 1/2 toasted almonds because we love the crunchiness of the salad!
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